Mediafire brings out its own Android app


Mediafire is one of the biggest names in online storage, and the company has finally come out with its own Android application. Users can expect to be able to upload and download their photos, video, music, files and more from the comfort of their Android smartphones and tablets. You can manage your files with a hierarchy of folders if you need a deeper level of organization. You can also search through your files to find what you need.

Of course, none of this sounds revolutionary so Mediafire needs a bit more to get people excited. How does 50GB of free storage sound? While most other services would only offer that much after a small fee, Mediafire prides itself on leniency, affordability and ease of use, and not having to worry about how many megabytes or gigabytes you have left goes a long way toward a less stressful user experience.

The 6.8MB app doesn’t cost you anything to download, of course, so if the likes of Box, Dropbox, Skydrive, Google Drive or more don’t already have your heart then give it a shot. The Google Play Store has what you need so get over there to get started. Read on for full press details.

MediaFire Expands Mobile Offering with Launch of Android App, Gives Mobile Users 50 GB of Online Storage for Free


Whenever and Wherever You Go, MediaFire Makes Sure Your Files are Always with You


Houston, TX – January 16, 2013 MediaFire, an online storage and collaboration provider, today announced the launch of its mobile application for Android devices. Designed to enable productivity on the go, MediaFire for Android allows users to quickly access and share files whenever and wherever they are.


“Users today demand the tools to not only access their content on the go, but do many of the same tasks traditionally performed on desktop computers,” said Derek Labian, president and CEO of MediaFire. “Whether it’s accessing their personal files or important business documents, the new MediaFire for Android app provides desktop capabilities in a mobile experience, allowing users to quickly and securely store, backup, organize and share all their personal and work data anywhere, anytime.”


With 50 GB of free storage, MediaFire lets users keep all their content in one place without the worry of running out of space. The new Android app joins the iOS app for iPhone and iPad devices, making it even easier to access content across devices and ready for users to view or share anytime. Files are safely stored in users’ personal MediaFire accounts and accessible directly through


“We are very excited to expand our award-winning online storage and collaboration services to Android users around the world,” said Labian. “2013 will mark a major year for online storage providers, and we plan to bring MediaFire to the forefront of this movement with the launch of several stellar products; stay tuned.”


App Features at a Glance:

• Keep all your important files at your fingertips

• View documents, spreadsheets, presentations, video, and listen to audio

• Take and upload pictures and videos directly in the MediaFire app

• Upload Android gallery images

• Create and manage folders of files

• Share files on the go via email, SMS, links and through other Android apps

• Quickly search all your MediaFire files and folders


For Android Users

To download the new Android app, visit


For iPhone Users

MediaFire devices can be downloaded at


To learn more about MediaFire, please visit


About MediaFire:

MediaFire is an online storage and collaboration company focused on providing regular people with a complete and easy-to-use solution for managing their digital stuff. Available for iPhone, Android and Web, MediaFire is the only online storage solution to offer unlimited downloads, download resuming, zero wait times and more, all for free. Every month, more than 150 million people use MediaFire to quickly and securely store, organize and share all their personal and work data.


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Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. 50 GB is worthless if there is a 200mb limit.

  2. @google-a29afc7521ba522ca79e6f85400ec5ce:disqus

    Well for people storing pictures and documents (which are in 99.99% cases waaay less than 200mb per file), 50 GB is huge. I could never fit all pics taken by my professional camera (each photo 10-20mb, thousands of them) anywhere else for free.

  3. I got my 50 gigs a few months ago while it was just a desktop version (knowing they were going to bring out the Android app at some point – but not knowing that they may not have done the free 50gigs)

  4. I think its great! no more opening browser on phone just hit the icon and go..I use it for service manuals for watercraft, so having it right there on the spot is great!, Thanks mediafire crew!

  5. The android app doesn’t let you register or create an account…..

  6. 50GB free? Yes plz! Goes right along with my free 50GB I got from Box for buying a Nexus 4 :)

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